With its massive kidneys, the BMW 4 Series Coupe and Convertible wink on M models, which have LED lights, have a more striking appearance than the current update, with the running light/turn signal part shaped like an arrow, and matrix LED headlights are also available as an option. As an option, it will be possible to purchase the taillights that first appeared on the M4 CSL, in which the light source illuminates the optical fiber – we have now managed to solve the large-scale adaptation of the technology.
Other than that, the situation is largely unchanged in terms of appearance, only the appearance of the optional trims has changed and the color palette has been expanded with two new colors – Cape York Green and Fire Red. The real big innovation is the generational change that occurred on the dashboard, where from now on we can find the arrangement of the large panel here as well, where two 12.3-inch displays with a diagonal image are placed under the curved glass. Along with the new on-board system, voice control (in world languages) and the latest iDrive control system are also included in the car.
The engine choice in the BMW 4 Series Coupé and Cabriolet changes only slightly, with only the 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine remaining without mild hybrid assistance, otherwise an 11 hp 48-volt starter-generator is standard.
The M4 also gets new lights, which no longer have just two, but three members. As before, in the case of the M4 equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission, the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged engine produces 480 hp, in the case of the M4 Competition the driver can enjoy 510 hp, and in the case of the M4 Competition xDrive, the maximum is 530 hp – you should not Forget that M GmbH's all-wheel drive system has been discontinued and can also be switched to rear-wheel drive with stability control.
The power supply has not simply been sharpened, 530 hp can still be measured at 6250 rpm, and the torque of 650 Nm is available to the driver in a wider range (2750-5730 rpm). It's no wonder that accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h takes just 3.5 seconds and 0 to 200 km/h can be achieved in 11.8 seconds! The Cabriolet is a few tenths slower than this because it is heavier. As before, the top speed remains 250 km/h, which can be increased to 280 or 290 km/h (convertible and coupe) by ordering the M Driver's Package.